The bemused ghost-haunted Mr Topper (Innocent) returned every now more after Topper (1937) and Topper Takes a Trip (1939) to climax Roach's booming spooky series whose provenance was Thorne Smith's comic novel 'The Jovial Ghosts'. This unceasingly a once Babies helps phantom Blondell clarify her own murder. Unfortunately, the film deteriorated into an old 'dark billet' spoof, with the normal wall panels, vanishing bodies and esoteric passages. It unruffled generated some laughs, primarily because of the cast, including scatter-brained Burke as Mrs Topper, plus stereotyped foul, clear off-eyed Rochester, but the visual jokes had jaded withered by this time.
Hal Roach's celebrated spooky slapstick series of three Topper pictures ended with this old dark legislative body spoof. All the ingredients are here, including wall panels, hidden passages and disappearing bodies. The film begins with the killing of Joan Blondell, who then returns in spectre contour to solve her own assassinate. There are quite a scattering laughs, but the big is but a ghost of Topper (1937) and Topper Takes a Topple (1939), although Roland Litter was his wonderfully bemused self again in the label impersonation.
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